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Hello and greetings from Dartmoor, (WFF reference GFF 004 ) thanks for looking me up on QRZ, I am active on voice and a little PSK31, 160 to 10 metres and 2 metres and 70 cms locally. Shack and antennas are simple but give me a lot of enjoyment. Also a listener to all sorst of interesting things that still exist on the high frequency bands, aero, marine, fax and map transmissions, and also the VHF/UHF bands for aero and marine traffic, always something going on! I'm a Paramedic by profession, working shifts. I im lucky to live in a lovely part of England with my family. Interested in photography, mountain biking, kayaking, fly a RC helicopter, and taking/planning first propper steps in gaining a pilots licence over the next year or two...see how it goes,not cheap!
My weather station, not on line 24 hours..
Icom IC 718, Yaesu FT817, FT60E, FT7900 (mobile mostly)
Baofeng UV5R , and UV5RC. Tait ex PMR for 2 metres
MFJ 941E Versa Tuner, and MFJ 945D
BHI noise cancelling speaker.
Yaesu VR120 and VR 500 wide band scanning receivers.
Sometimes...I just listen! An old Bush radio from 1963.
Offset Dipole for 40 to 10 metres (excluding 12 metres)
Inverted Vs for 12 and 40 metres(also used on 15 metres)
Inverted L primarily for 80 metres but back up antenna with ATU on most HF bands.
Fan Dipole for 80/60 metres.
Comet GP3 VHF/UHF vertical, and a portable Inverted V link dipole for 60 to 17 metres.
Lovely Autumn colour near my home.
Trevina, sadly no longer with us but remains in our thoughts, guarding the antennas!
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